West Hartford Police searching for man who exposed himself to high school girls at bus stop

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WEST HARTFORD--Police are asking for the public's help to find a man who has exposed himself to young women at least twice.

On Friday around 9 a.m. two high school girls from West Hartford reported to police that they were waiting at the bus stop near the corner of South Quaker Lane and Richard Street when a white man approached them in an older model dark-colored sedan. The man exposed himself to the girls while talking to them.

The suspect is described as white, in his 30s with blond/brown hair and a goatee, and he was wearing a gray sweatshirt.

The car is described asĀ an older model dark-colored sedan, possibly a Honda, with dark tinted windows, chrome door handles and chrome around the windows.

FOX 61 reported that a similar incident occurred on December 21 near Seneca Road, and the suspect and suspect car had similar descriptions.

West Hartford Public Schools Assistant Superintendent Andrew Morrow sent out a letter to parents with the information from police. He also said that West Hartford Police were providing additional patrols in the area to ensure students are safe.

If you have any information, please call West Hartford Police at 860-523-5203.